The Legend '68 ,/.\a.:j-v't IDITORJUM ' ■ Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2012 with funding from Federally funded with LSTA funds through the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners http://archive.org/details/massasoityearboo1968mass The first graduating class of Massasoit Community College, undertakes to dedicate herein the first year- book in the history of the college. The responsibility for activation, administration, and daily direction of a new school is indeed a challenge. The challenge has been met admirably, and it is with sincere pleasure that the Class of 1968 dedicates its yearbook, "The Legend," to you, Dr. Musselman. In Memoriam WILLIAM MICHAEL TROSTEL April 30, 1948 September 18, 1966 Friendliness, thoughtfulness, and conscientiousness— those quali- ties which William Trostel possessed, gained the admiration of ev- eryone. This memoriam is written to perpetuate his memory, and to express the highest degree of respect of his professors and his peers. "As the first students of Massasoit Community College, it is up to you to create the tradition and history of this college." During the past two years, students have constantly received these words of en- couragement and advice. With the graduation o\' the first class of Massasoit Community College, the foundation has been set for an ideal which was begun over a decade ago. Interest was displayed as early as 1900 for the provision of some form oi education to supplement high school. There arose the idea of a low-cost, two-year, state-supported institution. By the early 1960's, the Community College became more than an idea to the Brockton community. After due consideration, the bill was passed in December 1965 and a college was to be built in Brockton. In March, Dean Melody moved into temporary quarters at the Sprague School in Brockton. He was without a phone, a desk, and a staff, but before long he was busy with the task of accepting the stu- dents that were to comprise the college's first graduating class. The faculty was appointed and Massasoit, under the direction of Presi- dent John W. Musselman, moved to another temporary home in the Charles Frolio School in Abington. In September of 1966, when the college opened for its first semes- ter, 723 students enrolled as freshmen and there were 46 professors. Dean Melody became the Dean of Faculty and Dean Simmons be- came the Dean of Students. The social activities of the college have grown also. Early in the fall of 1966 an election for the Student Council members was held. Those original members of the council drew up the Constitution, the Student Handbook and planned the activities of the coming year. Out of these original activities have grown the start Massasoit Day, which was held on the day preceding the Thanksgiving Recess. Among the many activities held at the second annual Massasoit Day was a series of skits, a short history of our forefather Chief Massa- soit, a Student Council-Faculty basketball game and a pancake festival. The student activities include: the semi-formal, intermural games, varsity basketball, the newspaper called "The Quill" and the year- book called the "The Legend". The Varsity Basketball team had a very successful year with two players making the All-Star team. Over the past two years, experience has been the key word. Stu- dents have had the experience of growing with the college and the college has grown with its students. cAl*<t Prologue 10 Events 11 Administration And Faculty... 19 Seniors 31 Sports 65 1 Activities 77 1± Directory 87 aSSEW =£35 " 1 * Advertisements 95 THE 19 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Jeannette Gilchrist CO-EDITORS Maureen Sheridan Nancy Wilbur B U SIN ESS MA NA GER Cheryl Grant ADVISORS Linda Harris EDITORIAL Benjamin Pike BUSINESS Photography by MILLER STUDIO LEGEND 68 MASSASOIT COMMUNITY COLLECE I FOUNDED 1966 Prologue This yearbook has been a unique experience. We have waded through many long hours, disappointments, and missed deadlines. Our understanding staff and advisors listened to each problem and each, in giving his view-points, has brought The Legend to its first publication. We as a staff present to you in the first yearbook of MCC a memorable book. It has candids, cartoons, and formal pictures capturing every side of campus life. As editor of The Legend, I can only say there have been many late nights spent in that little publication room working to pre- pare each page. In striving to prepare a unique and interesting book we have sought to give you the best; the best of our efforts and the best of our school. In your hands is the product of our la- bor. I sincerely hope that you will enjoy The Legend as much as we have enoyed preparing it. Editor, # T EVENTS Moods vary with m m mmwmk 12 With Student Desires 13 Massasoit Day \ November 22, 1967 was Massasoit Day at MCC. It was considered one of the most popular events of the year because so many were involved. The days activities included a skit, choral presentations, and the crowning of a princess, a queen and a chief. In the afternoon there was a basketball game: Faculty vs Student Council. Guess who won! Following the day's activi- ties there was a mixer which gave the Thanksgiving Holiday a special touch. 14 Proven Successful! Professor Gay tells of the great sachem— Massasoit. Chosen to reign is Eloise Jacobs, Princess Massasoit: Nancy Samulski. Miss Massasoit; and John Kelly. Chief Massasoit. Choir and faculty members harmonize. Semi-Formal 1967-1968 May 20, 1967 is a memorable evening for all those who attended the semi-formal at Motel 128 with the George Graham Orchestra entertain- ining. Many found the semi-formal of 1968 as memorable if not more so than the previous year. The Johnny Christy Orchestra and Bob Blasser en- tertained at the Ridder Country Club. Nancy Wilbur never realized at this time she would be the next editor of the Legend. 16 ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY DR. JOHN W. MUSSELMAN PRESIDENT ADMINISTRATION COLONEL PHILLIP B. MELODY DEAN OF FACULTY ROY SIMMONS, JR. DEAN OF STUDENTS 18 JAMES E. SULLIVAN JOHN E. MURRAY JOHN D. McPEAKE TIMOTHY M. FITZGERALD NANCY ADAMS O F F I C E S T A F F JOSEPHINE P. MONCEVICZ Secretary to Dean 20 SANDRA BARBIERE College Bookkeeper MARLENE KAVAL' College Secretary ; HENRY CAMILLO Assistant Librarian JACQUELYN FARRELL Assistant Senior Librarian V 21 r ROBERT LANDRY Business Administration FRANCIS HOLLAND LORRAINE OLSEN PATRICIA GETCH JOANNE OBERG \ E N G I N E E R I N G ROLAND GUILBAULT PAUL HARDY MAURICE WALSH Mathematics JAMES THROWER EDWARD WILLAIMSON Fr TIMOTHY FITZGERALD 23 PAUL COLELLA DELIA FEENEY NOT PICTURED LILY MARK PATRICIA LEARY JOHN NORTON THEODORE P. ELLIOTT-SMITH Language Arts Francis P. Roman Marilyn G. Maxwell 25 HAROLD GAY History ROBERT SMALL HAROLD CALLANAN WILLIAM BARNETT Picture Not Available SUSAN FICKETT ROBERT OUELLETTE S C I E N C E ROBERT DEMERS LINDA HARRIS FRANK JOHNSON, JR. JOANN MORICI Nursing ROBERT CUSICK S O C I A L JOHN McPEAKE WILLIAM COGGAN VICTOR MacNEIL S c I E N C E Foreign Language CHARLES CAPUTO JOHN CONWAY THOR CARLSON WILLIAM COWPERTHWAITE JOHN CHASE A R T S I JAMES S. FISHER HAROLD RUSHWICK Custodians Cafeteria Workers 30 SENIORS LEavimg JOHN AMBROSINI B.A.T. VIRGINIA ANDERSON L.A.T.E. KENNETH J. AN AN I A L.A.T.H. JOSEPH E. ARSENA ULT L.A. GEN. JAMES R. ARMSTRONG L.A. GEN. 32 . ■ JANET A. ASSMUS L.A.T.E. FRANCIS A. AUSTIN L.A.T.H. SHARON BAXTER EXEC. SEC. LYNDA J. BIAGI L.A.T.H. JOHN W. BARN IE L.A. GEN. 33 \. :M >' - LORREY BIANCHI L.A.T.S. ROLAND BLANCHETTE L.A.T.E. , I I ^ "<*"!",'JJ»" JANICE L. BOLDUC L.A. GEN. GALE BORK L.A.T.E. :=■— &$Ktfr. HARRY BOULDRY B.A.T. ANN BOWLER EXEC. SEC. / DIANE M. BOWMAN L.A.T.H. WILLIAM A. BRENNAN L.A.T.H. KATHERINE BROWN L.A.T.H. MA R Y BRO WN L.A. GEN. ' *■ B.A.T. LAURA M. BURRELL L.A.T.E. JANET CAROLINA L.A.T.E. FRANCIS CASELDEN B.A.C. FRANCIS CAVANAR LA. GEN. BARBARA CHAPIN B.A.C. 36 EDWARD F. CHAUNCEY B.A.T. FRANC ESC A CHIULLI L.A. GEN. DANIEL CHURCHILL B.A.T. 37 CHAIREL CHUTE EXEC. SEC. ALAN R. C LOUGH L.A. GEN. JAMES CO LP AS L.A.T.E. SP JOHN P. CO LP AS L.A.T.E. WILLIAM J. CWALINA L.A.T.H. CAROLE S. C US HER L.A.T.H. JOSEPH D ARC HE L.A. GEN. FRANK DELANO, JR. BAT. MARC S. DELOREY L.A. GEN. CHARLES A. DELUCA L.A.T.S. JANICE DELVECCHIO L.A.T.H. PAUL DESGROSSELLIERS L.A.T.H. PATRICE DEVINE EXEC. SEC. l^R f JOHN DIG I OVA NN I B.A.T. EUGENE G. DINNEEN B.A.C. MARIE DOIRON EXEC. SEC. Patrice Devine looks baffled after taking a glimpse at the Registration Forms. STANLEY M. DROBNIS L.A.T.H. / SHARON DUDLEY L.A.T.H. DEBORAH A. DURAN L.A.T.E. ' JOHN C. DUNBAR L.A. GEN. PAULA L. ENGERMAN L.A. GEN. ROBERT J. DURAND L.A. GEN. 41 CHARLES M. EARN HAM L.A. GEN. WILLIAM R. FINN L.A.T.H. \ > KA THLEEN FLA HERTY L.A.T.E. / KA THLEEN FL YNN L.A.T.E. ELSIE K. FOG ARTY L.A.T.E. \ KATHLEEN A. FOX L.A.T.H. MICHAEL FRANEY LA. GEN. S UZA NNE GA MM ON L.A.T.E. LISA GIAMPEROLI EXEC. SEC. JEANNETTE GILCHRIST L.A.T.E. KATHLEEN A. GILL EXEC. SEC. *'^> C!37 ELISABETH A. GILLIS L.A.T.H. PATRICIA GRAMER L.A.T.E. CHERYL A. GRANT EXEC. SEC. t •v*** JOSEPH D. GREEN B.A.C.A. KAREN A. GRIFFIN EXEC. SEC. 44 , DARYL A. HAASE EXEC. SEC. ^i i LORRAINE M. HAGGERTY L.A.T.E. Well professor, you won't believe this but JAMES E. HAMILTON L.A. GEN. SANDRA R. HARDING B.A.C. \ 45 *3* DONNA HARRINGTON EXEC. SEC. GAYLE M. HARRIS EXEC. SEC. "V^S ARTHUR HAYES L.A. GEN. RICHARD S. HOG AN B.A.T. THERESA HOUDE L.A.T.E. f V / J ACQ UEL YN H UER TH L.A.T.E. OLGA E. J IMO V US L.A.T.E. JOHN J. KELL Y, JR. L.A.T.H. MICHAEL KILFOYLE B.A.T. ROBERTA KRENTZMAN EXEC. SEC. : N A DINE KRIKORIAN L.A. GEN. JAN IS D. LEEDS L.A.T.H. ■ PAUL J. LEG AN L.A. GEN. DA VID W. LINDSA Y B.A.C. KENNETH LIFCHITZ L.A.T.E. MARIANNE MAKOS L.A. GEN. TIMOTHY LONGDEN. JR. BACA. 48 LA WRENCE MALINOWSKI B.A.T. DAVID P. MANNING B.A.T. .„ PETER E. MANNING B.A.C. WELL GANG WE FINALLY MADE IT. MELBOURNE MAPP B.A.C. 49 c M ROSEMARY MARC HAND EXEC. SEC. FREDERICK J. MARKT BAT. MARY E. MATHER B.A.C. * ELAINE P. MAXWELL L.A.T.E. ( MILTON MEDEIROS B.A.C. RICHARD MERIGAN L.A. GEN. FIONA S. MILLER L.A.T.E. > STEVEN J. MILMAN B.A.T. ANNE MOONEY EXEC. SEC. MICHAEL MOONEY B.A.C.A. JANET H. MOREAU L.A.T.H. JAMES M. MURPHY B.A.T. CRAIG B. MURRAY B.A.T. / DIANNE M. MURRA Y LATH. ALRIGHT, WHO CALLED THIS ONE IN? william Mcdonald L.A.T.H. DOREEN L. McNAMARA L.A.T.E. MICHAEL J. McNAMARA LA. GEN. BONNE Y Mc WILLI A M L.A.T.E. 52 CAROL A. NELVILLE L.A.T.H. JOAN F. NEWSON B.A.C.A. CHARLES NORVISH L.A. GEN. JEANNE F. PARKER EXEC. SEC. DONALD M. PERKINS B.A.C.A. 53 MICHELLE A. PERRY EXEC. SEC. I SANDRA J. PERRY EXEC. SEC. MARK PETERSON L.A.T.H. JUDITH A. PILEGGI L.A.T.E. HARRISON PORTER L.A. GEN. JOANNE PRINCIGALLI EXEC. SEC. \ M. KENT PROCTOR L.A. GEN. JOSEPH T. QUILL LA. GEN. LA WRENCE QUINLAN B.A.T. IAN QUINN B.A.T. PAULINE A. QUINN L.A.T.S. BARBARA M. REIS L.A.T.E. LAURA ROBINSON L.A.T.H. ROBERT ROCKWELL L.A. GEN. HARVEY S. ROSEN L.A.T.E. FRANK J. RUNEY B.A.T. DANIEL P. RYAN L.A. GEN. OPEN HOUSE- 1967 ANNE L. ST. PETER L.A. GEN. / - — ■' NANCY J. SAMULSKI L.A. GEN. \ MURIEL SAMMER L.A.T.H. CA THERINE R. SCHENCK EXEC. SEC. LAURETTA A. SASS EXEC. SEC. ELLEN M. SEARS EXEC. SEC. '** «Jfe LEO V. SCIARAPPA L.A.T.H. 57 . MA UREEN SHERIDAN L.A.T.E. ANN A. SIMS L.A. GEN. BEVERLY SIMPSON L.A.T.E. KAROL SPRAGUE L.A.T.E. SANDRA L. SOLES L.A.T.E. FRANCIS TANASSO L.A.T.H. MARILYN J. TANKARD L.A.T.E. BETTY TRAFTON L.A.T.E. < JANICE T TROMBLY L.A.T.E. MARC I A A. TRUDEAU L.A.T.E. MARY E. TYRRELL L.A.T.E. % I DIANE M. UMBRIANNA L.A. GEN. ANTHONY VACCA BACA. MARY -JO VENCKUS L.A.T.E. STEPHEN VESEY B.A.T. Take it off, take it all off . . . LYNNS. VICTOR L.A. GEN. \y PATRICIA A. VLAHOS L.A.T.H. "We got to get out of this place!' NANCY VOSE EXEC. SEC. i LEO WALDRON L.A. GEN. JAMES S. WALTON B.A.T. WILLIAM R. WEA VER E.T. 61 JAMES WHITE L.A.T.H. MARK WHITE L.A. GEN. ROGER WW DEN L.A. GEN. HELEN WILSON EXEC. SEC. SOMETIMES COLLEGE IS AWFULLY HARD! DONNA WRIGHT L.A.T.H. JAMIE A. WRIGHT L.A.T.H. B REN DA YOUNG EXEC. SEC. 63 Now Who . . . CAROL A. DELPRETE L.A.T.E. JEANNE M. ASIAF L.A.T.E. Is To Blame? MARC I A A. PEN A LA. GEN. SANDRA J. WOOD EXEC. SEC. 64 SPORTS ALL STAR OFFENSE Row 1; J. Castagnozzi, W. Brennan, B. Malenfant, G. McDonald, Row 2; J. VanSyckel, R. Widden, G. Melford, J. McGrath, J. Moroni. ^i ■?? RIB mm Ml Rill 11 M A S S A S o I T 12 M A S S B A Y 8 ALL STAR DEFENSE Row 1; R. Widden, M. Barry, J. Walker, D. Churchill, L. Waldron, Row 2; G. Melford, R. Malbon, G. Melford, K. O'Connor, F. Desmond. COACH DALIANIS PURITANS Row J; J. Darche, F. Desmond, D. Churchill Row 2; M. Callahan, G. Melford, J. Murray, R. Widden. APOSTLES Row I; J. Murphy, J. Castagnozzi, C. Wengler, R. Malbon, Row 2; G. Melford, L. Waldron, S. Vesey, J. Olson. LIONS Row 2; J. McGrath, J. Walker, G. McDonald, J. Kelley, Row 1; M. Barry, B. Malenfant, J. VanSyckel. ^^^ ■ l^ '-'"' V-'--' ir IH ■v; 1- \ ifS" ^-t^^B Wftii -, H - flr : TROJANS flow 7; D. Sault. W. Brennan, P. Porter, Row 2; E. O'Dea, T. Maroni. PURITANS LIONS APOSTLES TROJANS RAZORBACKS on Lost 6 5 1 4 2 3 3 2 4 RAZORBACKS flow 7; J. Foley, J. Castagnozzi, D. Bonaparte, Row 2; D. York, K. O'Connor, F. Delano. SCORING LIST DiGiovanni 316 Ryan 306 Mapp 285 Baldwin 190 Smith 143 Bianchi 95 Olson 79 Bechtal 76 Markt 45 Mooney 39 Murphy 37 Doyle 34 Ross 29 Weaver 28 Cluff 25 Johnson 22 Osborne 15 Hannigan 14 Lyons 14 DeCouto 2 COACH FITZGERALD SMITTY DANNY M&ffl' vice Stxvas^ ei fit MCC Wins Again The sport of basketball started out impressively at Massasoit. Although the team lacked height, it more than made up for this deficient with hustle and desire. Thanks to the coaching of Tim Fitzgerald, the team was in the best of condition, and this fact alone allowed the Warrior "Hoopsters" to literally run many of its opponents off the court. During the first semester, the fine rebounding and scoring of captains Mel Mapp, John DiGiovanni, and forward Frank Smith, plus the de- fensive play and outside shooting of guards Danny Ryan and George Baldwin, the team lost only four games. The winning season, however, was due to a team effort and depth of the Warrior's bench. Guards Ron Bechtel and John Olson were more than equal to the task of replacing Baldwin and Ryan. When Bechtel and Olson tired there was Ron Mooney, Ralph Cluff, and Steve Osborne to take over. With the loss of captain DiGiovanni during the second semester, the scoring and rebounding chores fell to forwards Lorrey Bianchi and Barney Ross, each of whom shouldered the responsibility well. DiGiovanni was not the only man lost, for the hustle of Bill Weaver, Bob Doyle, and Rick Markt were also missed. How- ever, the team benefited from the rebounding of Pat Lyons and the shooting of forwards Hal Johnson and Jim Murphy. The history of Massasoit basketball got off to a great start and the future looks bright with many of this year's players re- turning for next year. C A P E C O D C L O S E Betsy Hunter, Cathrine Covell, Deborah Smith. Bev- erly Elliott, Ann St. Peter, Francine Bova, Janice Jacka, Janet Scribner, Anne Boncoddo. Varsity Basketball Team 70 OPPONENTS Emerson Burdett Cape Cod Northern Essex Newton Junior Quincy Junior Cambridge Bryant and Stratton Andover Mass. Bay Newton Junior Burdett Cambridge Andover Bristol Franklin Cape Cod Franklin Bryant and Stratton N.H. College of Acct. Quincy Junior Bridgewater Freshmen Framingham 71 Tennis K. Van Warmer, S. Waters. row 1 K. O'Connor, F. Runey, J. Crossen, J. Walker, D. Bonaparte, and J. Van Syckel row 2 T. Buckler, J. Castagnozzi, J. Murray, J. McGrath, B. Brennan, and J. Olson row 3 D. York, P. Porter, B. Durand, R. Nazzoro, and E. O'Dea. Hockey 72 Bowling 73 Intramural Volleyball 74 75 A C T I V I T I E S Student Council GRIFFITH DALAINIS VICE PRESIDENT NANCY SAMULSKI RECORDING SECRETARY MARY LIQUORI TREASURER NANCY McLAIN CORRESPONDING SECRETARY FREDRICK MARKT PRESIDENT \ Row 1; F. Bova, J. Del Vecchio, M. J. Venckus, Row 2; J. Darche, J. Crossen, Row 3; R. Malborn, D. Churchill, D. Sault, A. Luiz. Y A R BUSINESS STAFF C. GRANT, S. WOOD, J. PILEGGI A Row 1; S. Wood, M. Sheridan, M. De Lorey, N. Wilbur, J. Gilchrist, E. Maxwell, M. Doireen, K. Warren, Row 2; C. Grant, J. Van Syckel, J. Murphy, D. Bonapart, M. J. Venckus, M. Tyrrell, L. Biage, M. McNamara. B O O K JEANETTE GILCHRIST EDITOR IN CHIEF X23 The Legend staff started comprising this material early last spring. Being conscien- tious about the yearbook, we as a staff have presented to the administration, faculty, and students our first yearbook, and one to be remembered, THE LEGEND. Newspaper BUSINESS STAFF C. Grant, J. Powers, K. Anania. Lynda Biagi Editor Row 1- K Flaherty, J. Scribner, M. Mather, R. Rosenstein, J. Tur- ner Row 2; M. DeLorey, M. Doiron, K. Warren, J. Bolduc, S. Gam- mon, Row 3; G. Melford, W. Finn, C. Neville, K. Brown, E. Fogarty. In February 1967, the first edition of The Quill, a monthly publication, was presented to the students. The Quill is a student pub- lication-edited and written by the students. It deals with local news and items of inter- est to the student body. As the voice of the students, The Quill tries to present a true picture of activities and conflicts concerning the college. Due to the unselfish contribu- tions, MCC has adopted an or- phan. As foster parents we will be sending a check each month to help this child lead a life of better opportunities. Our orphan will be given the chance to receive a good educa- tion foundation and also the food and clothing that is needed. In return, through pictures and letters we will gain a better understanding of the child. 80 .. _■ Drama Club Row 1; M. Becker, J. Turner, J. McSorley, F. Tanasso, M. Venckus, K. Schenck, F. Austen, Row 2; J. Hill, L. Biagi, W. Finn, L. Haggerty, K. Flaherty, P. Engerman, Mr. Chase, Row 3; A. Clough, J. Leeds, S. Millman, M. MacNamara, M. Doiron, K. Warren. Row I; D. Haase, B. Simpson, J. Bolduk, K. Sprague, S. Cypher, Row 2; S. Gammon, M. Tankard, J. Trombley, P. Gramer, L. Bohaher, Row 3; S. Dudley, H. Wilson, D. Latham, K. Reis. Choir Row 1; S. Gammon, K. Warren, F. Chulli, Row 2; R. Malbon, M. DeLorey, F. Austin, Row 3; W. Choquet, F. O'Neill, A. Luiz. Schools were originally open forum discussion groups, where a teacher posed a question and the pupils gave their opinions and supported their contentions. Things could sometimes get rather out of hand. This spirit of creativity and inven- tion has been perpetuated in our Literary Guild. Members bring in examples of art work and writing, many times originals, which they feel would spark an interest. They ask for help in get- ting over a "rough" place. In return constructive criticism from the group is given. Growth has been constant, and next year even a larger number of those interested are expected to participate. 82 Veterans Row 1; G. Melford, W. Bearce, W. Belushko, W. Pushee, Row 2; G. Dalianis, W. Choquet, L. Malinowski, R. Hayes. Row I; M. Tyrrell, L. Haggertty, K. Brown, K. Flaherty, K. Schenck, Mr. Small, Row 2; W. Finn, F. Austen, F. Tanasso, Chiulli, NEWMAN CLUB Row 3; M. Norrman, K. Anania, C. Neville, M. Doiron. Row 1; S. Wood, S. Cantura, F. Chiulli, C. Covell, R. Rosenstein, J. McSorley, Row 2; F. Cavanar, D. Gay, B. Hunter, J. Turner, J. Alexander, Row 3; M. Norrman, B. Peterson, L. Winperis, D. Sault, J. McMillan, Row 4; A. O'Neill, A. Clough, R. Malbon, J. Crossen, W. Brennan. Radio Club Ski Club Row 1; Miss Morici, N. Wilbur, J. Scribner, J. Jacka, M. Leonard, A. St. Peter, D. Umbrianna, K. O'Connor, Row 2; D. Churchill, E. Tully, T. Scanlon, L. Lucier, B. Mclntir, T. Austen, M. Norrman, E. Maxwell, Row 3; E. Fisher, P. Grenier, C. Caron, A. O'Neill, J. Foley, M. Farren, A. Clough, Row 4; R. Yorke, F. Delano, W. Brennan, J. Castagnozzi, J. Murphy, D. Bonapart, R. Malbon, J. Crossen. Row 1; F. Desmond, T. Buckler, R. Kuusela, J. Crossen, H. Coleman, M. Callahan, R. Cerci, Row 2; G. Jorgensen, M. Barry, J. Olson, W. Brennan, G. Bonney, Row 3; G. Mel- ford, M. Norrman, R. Malbon, J. Loomis, R. Durand. SURF CLUB <3 Dale E. Allberry Gregory J. Almeida John Ambrosini Kenneth Anania Robert A. Anania Jeffery Anderson Virginia Anderson Gordon S. Arnold Joseph Arsenault Jeanne Asiaf Janet Assmus Francis Austin Bert Babbin John Barnie Peter Barrows Sharon Baxter Karen Beard Ronald Bechtel Myron Becker Joseph Benton Vincent Bettes Lynda Biagi Lorrey Bianchi Roland Blanchette Janice Boldoc Gale Bork Paul Bowen Ann Bowler Diane Bowman William Brennan Katherine Brown Mary Brown Peter Bun- Laura Burrell Janet Carolina Francis Caselden Francis Cavanar Barbara Chapin Edward Chauncey Francesca Chiulli Richard Choate Warren Choquet Daniel Churchill Raymond Clark Alan Clough James Colpas John Colpas Richard Coner Stephen Cosman Leonard Crooks Joseph Crowley William Cwalina Carole Cusher Roy Damon Joseph Darche George Dauphinee 108 Leonard St. 8 Grove St. 69 Forest Rd. 95 Wheeler Ave. 95 Wheeler Ave. 347 West Main St. 14 Grant St. 34 Sherrick Ave. 80 Surf Ave. 52 Leahy Rd. 391 North St. 12 Crawford Rd. 5 Hendricks St. 19 Camden St. 248 Beulah St. 18 Britton St. 28 Gale Rd. 100 Locust St. 35 Harold St. 418 Summer St. 39 Winter St. 375 Salem St. 15 Lee Rd. 100 Grove St. 91 Grove St. 1 14 Birch Tree Dr. 4 Suffolk Rd. 9 South Main St. 75 Charles St. 23 Eisenhower Dr. 130 East St. 130 East St. 67 Leavitt St. 31 High St. Gen. Delivery 12 Lind Ter. 36 Alden Rd. 74 Ford St. 157 No. Elm. St. 374 W. Elm St. 118 Lyman St. 232 Perkins Ave. 28 Jenny Lind St. 25 Wilbur St. 10 Winslow Rd. 8 S. Lakeview Rd. 8 S. Lakeview Rd. 80 Furnace Brk. Pky. 7 Essex Rd. 418 Summer St. 74 Moss Hill Rd. 36 Maiposa St. 7 Alabama St. 868 Plymouth St. 158 Town St. 57 Nash Rd. Canton Brockton Stoughton Brockton Brockton Avon W. Bridgewater Holbrook Marshfield Brockton N. Weymouth So. Braintree Avon Stoughton Whitman Stoughton E. Weymouth Brockton Sharon Bridgewater Brockton Rockland Sharon Brockton E. Bridgewater Westwood Sharon Randolph Whitman So. Easton Wrentham Wrentham Hingham E. Weymouth Manomet Randolph Dedham Brockton W. Bridgewater Brockton Brockton Brockton No. Easton No. Easton Sharon Norton Norton Dorchester Sharon Weymouth Jamaica' Plain Mattapan Mattapan Abington Braintree Weymouth 86 Leonard Davenport Frank Delano, Jr. Marc Delorey Carol DelPrete Charles Deluca Janice DelVecchio Paul Desgrosselliers Robert Desmarais Patrice Devine Eugene Dinneen Marie Doiron Stanley Drobnis Jacqueline Dunbar John Dunbar Sharon Dudley Deborah Duran Robert Durand Leocadia Eldredge Paula Engerman Glenya Erickson Charles Farnham Carl Feldman William Finn Kathlenn Flaherty Kathleen Flynn Elsie Fogarty Alfred Foley Kathleen Fox Anthony Fox Steven Furman Suzanne Gammon Terry Gardiner William Garner Lisa Giamperoli Jeannette Gilchrist Elisabeth Gill Patricia Gramer Cheryl Grant Joseph Grant Joseph Green Karen Griffin Daryl Haase Lorraine Haggerty Robert Hale James Hamilton Stephen Hamlet Sandra Harding Stephen Harper Donna Harrington Arthur Harris Gayle Harris George Hayden Arthur Hayes Kenneth Hill Richard Hogan Daniel Holbrook Theresa Houde 37 Packard St. 204 Elm St. 32 Holmes Ave. 200 Concord St. 62 John St. 35 Weyham Rd. 355 Center St. 53 Auburn St. 126 Gladstone St. 25 Rustic Dr. 5 Debbie Rd. 14 Keane Rd. 56 Amherst Rd. 38 Cottontail Ln. 46 Hillside Ave. 46 Hillside Ave. 37 Kendrick St. 72 Bellows Cir. 16 Plymouth St. Church St. 890 Plymouth St. 243 Lynn Rd. 191 Bishop St. 57 Augustine St. 49 Adams St. 52 Bedford St. 290 Havard St. 179 Ellsworth St. 126 Summer St. 7 Suffolk Rd. 8 Blueberry Ln. 1 143 Bedford St. 7 Hampton Rd. 404 North St. King St. 158 Seaver St. 8 High St. 808 Washington St. 306 Field St. 25 Summer Ave. 23 Lookoff St. 42 Stebbins Ave. 30 McDonald St. 316 Prospect St. 72 Stebbins Ave. 42 Cliff St. 29 Dana St. 28 Eaton St. 64 Sportsman's Tr. 644 Pearl St. 214 Evans St. 36 Liberty St. 108-D Memorial Dr. 177 Mill St. 382 Crescent St. 980 Washington St. 35 Brown St. Brockton No. Easton Weymouth Rockland Quincy Weymouth Brockton Whitman Brockton Weymouth Brockton W. 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Weymouth Randolph Brockton Whitman Brockton 87 Jacquelyn Huerth William Hurley Paul Irving George Janes Earle Kahn Rita Kane John Kelly, Jr. Michael Kilfoyle Dennis King Frederick Krafton Roberta Krentzman Nadine Krikorian Thomas Lee Janis Leeds William Leminen Elliot Levin David Lindsay Mary Liquori Timothy Longden, Jr. Brian Lord John Lorden Robert Lutz Steven Lyons Arthur MacAuslan Eugene MacDonald Robert Malbon Lawrence Malinowski Joseph Mann David Manning Peter Manning Melbourne Mapp Rosemary Marchand Albert Markella Frederick Markt Robert Mason William Massod Mary Mather Elaine Maxwell Mary Maxwell Milton Medeiros Fiona Miller Steven Milman Anne Mooney Michael Mooney Ronald Mooney Janet Moreau James Murphy Craig Murray Wayne McAllister William McCoy Wayne McDonald Thomas McDonnell John McGrath Edward Mclnnis Doreen McNamara Michael McNamara 83 Hawthorn Rd. 91 Gerard Rd. 2 Leonard Way 46 Healy Rd. ' 24 Francis Rd. 54 O'Callaghan Wy. 4 Knights Cres. St. 1092 Ferry St. 90 E. 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Warren Ave. 563 Liberty St. 223 S. Main St. 816 Pearl St. 343 E. Water St. 89 W. High St. 10 Spooner St. 61 Blanchard Rd. 486 Adams St. 25 Nelson St. Winthrop St. Ocean Ave. 1297 Vernon St. 190 Middle St. 118 Sunny Plain Ave. 21 Gale Rd. 71 Pearl St. 16 Emmet St. 389 Main St. 20 Annis Ave. 32 Rosalind Rd. 148 Dedham St. 72 Richmond St. 539 Pleasant St. 68 S. Douglas St. 37 Ellis Ave. 594 Crescent St. 90 Warren St. 151 Myers Ave. 55 Lincoln St. 41 Ridgview Ave. 38 Glenwood Sq. 15 Linda Ln. 129 Pleasant St. Center St. 489 South Ave. 194 Hingham St. Randolph Randolph Lakeville Braintree Rockland Brockton Middleboro Hanson Hanover Middleboro Brockton E. Bridgewater Brockton Brockton N. Weymouth Hanover Brockton Sharon Bridgewater Brockton Rockland Randolph Brockton Rockland Avon N. Easton S. Weymouth Somerville Dorchester Kingston Monponsett Bridgewater Weymouth Weymouth Weymouth No. Weymouth Brockton Hingham Brockton No. Weymouth Canton Brockton Brockton Rockland W. Bridgewater Brockton No. Abington Abington No. Abington Mattapan Brockton Weymouth Bridgewater Pembroke Whitman Rockland 89 Mary Tyrrell Diane Umbrianna Anthony Vacca Mary-Jo Venckus Frederick Vendt Stephen Vesey Lynn Victor Nancy Vose Leo Waldron James Walton Kathleen Warren Douglas Watmough William Weaver Bruce Weiner Carl Wengler Barry White James White Mark White Roger Widden Leonard Wimperis Gerard Williams Cheryl Willis Sandra Wood Jamie Wright Brenda Young Harold Zadeh 500 Chestnut St. 695 Liberty St. 10 Forest Ave. 1 1 Sherman Ave. 5 Jenny Lind St. 6 Shirley St. 29 House Rock Rd. 1080 Oak Hill Ave. 43 Miller Ave. 1 Riverside Dr. 72 Grove St. 306-B West St. 1210 Montello St. 14 Birch wood Cir. 2 Almond Dr. 401 N. Bedford St. 26 Cross St. 137 Warren Ave. 1 14 Judith Rd. 28 Skyline Dr. 23 James St. 497 Ash St. 475 Liberty St. 257 Homeland Dr, 35 Wyoming Ave. 30 Chickatawbut St. Abington Rockland Brockton Canton No. Easton Holbrook Weymouth Attleboro Brockton Kingston Norwell Randolph Brockton Sharon Randolph E. Bridgewater E. Weymouth Whitman Weymouth Franklin Brockton Brockton Rockland Whitman Brockton Dorchester 90 the generous contributions of merchants, professional men, restauranteurs, church groups, alumni school organizations, and clubs are hereby acknowledged by the senior class of massasoit community college. without this assistance the publication of the legend would not have been possible. we wish to express to them our best wishes for a greater measure of success in the coming year. Patrons Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Tyrrell Mr. & Mrs. Coleman H. Grant Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Benton Mr. & Mrs. Frank F. Pileggi Mr. & Mrs. Albert A. Walton Richard A. Farnham Company Mr. & Mrs. Leonard G. Crooks Mr. & Mrs. William E. James Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Princigalli Mr. & Mrs. Heinz Sammer Mr. & Mrs. Victor Malinowski Mr. & Mrs. Aubrey F. Mooney Rev. & Mrs. Arthur W. Bowler Mr. & Mrs. Arthur DiGiovanni Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Armstrong Malcolm E. Dudley Mr. & Mrs. A. M. Widden Mr. & Mrs. Henry M. Peterson Mr. & Mrs. George A. Parker Mr. & Mrs. Robert Durand for EVERY FORMAL Event Reitf-ATux BESSE-BAKER'S MAIN ST. at LEGION PARKWAY Phone 5*7-6551 BEMIS DRUG CO., INC. Prescriptions 185 North Avenue North Abington Prompt Delivery Service Call 878-0893 Hospital & Sickroom Supplies Vitamins— Kodak Cameras & Supplies Patrons Mr. & Mrs. Alfred J. Foley Mr. & Mrs. John G. Riberic Mr. & Mrs. Francis W. Cwalina Mr. & Mrs. John Venckus Mr. & Mrs. Warren L. Churchill Mr. & Mrs. A. Liquori Mr. & Mrs. Frank S. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Micheal Mather Mr. & Mrs. Walter F. Shuchard Mr. & Mrs. Paul B. Borck Mr. & Mrs. Barnie Mr. & Mrs. Frank Gramer Mr. & Mrs. Michael DelVecchio Mr. & Mrs. Augustine Norvish Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Gillis Dale E. Allberry Mr. & Mrs. Raymond P. Finn Mr. & Mrs. John J. Franey Mr. & Mrs. Harry R. Clark William C. Murphy SJ REODY KILOWATT^ LIVE BETTER Electrically Brockton MiiWimOl^l Company 76 East Street If your oil is low call Joe at 878-1086 Joseph J. Kelliher North Abington, Mass. Range & Fuel Oil & Trucking compliments of a friend Patrons Mr. & Mrs. Sal DeLuca Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Quill Mr. & Mrs. Wray Tankard Mr. & Mrs. Lester R. Gammon State Rep. Peter G. Asiaf Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Sheridan Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Porter Mr. & Mrs. Ray Desgrosseilliers Mr. & Mrs. Neal Sweeney Mr. & Mrs. James Irving Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. Robinson Mr. & Mrs. M. Joseph Manning Mr. & Mrs. Earl White Mr. & Mrs. John W. Ambrosini Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Kahn Mr. & Mrs. Douglas S. Stuart Mr. & Mrs. Frederick J. Markt Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Mapp Mr. & Mrs. Gordon S. Arnold Sr. Mr. & Mrs. John J. Mooney Mr. & Mrs. Alfred T. Longden >-f Compliments of BROCKTON TAUNTON GAS COMPANY EDGAR'S • Downtown Brockton Fall River Shopping Center TIMBERLANE congratulates the class of 1968 Route 18 Abington Patrons Mr. & Mrs. James W. Harris Mr. & Mrs. William Merigan Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Leeds Smith Corset Shops, Inc. The Meredith Shop Silver Spring Beverages Cal's Coffee Shoppe LeMar House of Fashion Kal's Variety Owen's News Agency Martin's Bakery Water's Country Store Submarine Galley Thomas E. Nash Louis Benjamin Insurance Agency, Inc. Joseph C. King Insurance Capri Salon, Inc. Leonard P. Volpe Company Ganley's, Inc. Lanoue Brothers Brockton Coffeemat Fernandes Gurney Bros. Co. Jewelers since 1841 at 101 Main St. Brockton, Mass. INVESTIGATORS OF BOMB SCARE COMMITTEE GILCHRIST ELECTRICAL CO.. INC. wishes the class of 1968 success. 1\TA"\/rr^O 24-hour service a T>T>T3 rYVTlnnn King Street Norfolk, Mass. 528-1950 Sponsors Compliments of DREAMWOLD Scituate, Massachusetts DUNNINGTON'S APOTHECARIES COLPITTS TRAVEL CENTER WESTGATE MALL BROCKTON, MASS.-TEL. 588-5660 SPINNING WHEEL 556 Bedford Street Whitman, Massachusetts Congratulations Seniors! DAVE ROAN'S FACTORY SHOE OUTLET Abington, Massachusetts JACK'S SUPER CHEVRON U-HAUL TRUCKS & TRAILERS 1 North Montello Street CAMPELLO SHOE STORE, INC 1085 MAIN STREET BROCKTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02401 B & C OIL, INC. 54 Spark Street BROCKTON, MASSACHUSETTS THE LEGEND 1968 WISHES TO EXPRESS THEIR APPRECIATION TO LINDA HARRIS BENJAMIN PIKE T. P. ELLIOTT-SMITH Best Wishes from Finest Meats Sold Anywhere South Shore's Foremost Photographers Miller Studios 33 Chestnut Street Quincy, Massachusetts 02169 Massasiot Photographer 97 Scenes In Passing Want to buy some foreign pictures? Sex is what? I WILL FOLLOW HIM, FOLLOW HIM. Pants? What's that?